Speed Bumps and Detours - Navigating Around Resistance to Change When new processes are implemented, new work flows designed and new collaborative structures are called for, the logical way forward - a direct line from here to there - inevitably encounters the speed bumps and detours of resistance to (cultural) change. This presentation looks at what could go wrong, how to prevent it, and if you can't prevent it, how to shift into damage-control mode, and minimize the delaying effects. While planning ahead and anticipating problems is good project management practice, some of the less obvious issues can still catch you completely unawares. And since up to 75% of technology projects fail due to unforeseen implementation hurdles, the better prepared you are, the more likely it is that the project will succeed - despite the bumps and detours.
Speed Bumps and Detours Navigating Resistance to Change